Victorian - Paintings & Drawings

RAINDALE MILL
NEWTON DALE by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

RAINDALE MILL NEWTON DALE

NEWTON DALE SCARRS by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

NEWTON DALE SCARRS

ENTRANCE INTO NEWTON DALE
NORTH END II by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

ENTRANCE INTO NEWTON DALE NORTH END II

ENTRANCE INTO NEWTON DALE
NORTH END I by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

ENTRANCE INTO NEWTON DALE NORTH END I

THOMASON FOSS by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

THOMASON FOSS

ENTRANCE TO THE VALE OF GOATHLAND by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

ENTRANCE TO THE VALE OF GOATHLAND

BRIGGSWATCH BRIDGE by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

BRIGGSWATCH BRIDGE

BRIDGE NO 7 OUTSIDE SLEIGHTS by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

BRIDGE NO 7 OUTSIDE SLEIGHTS

BRIDGE IN ESKDALE NO 5 by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

BRIDGE IN ESKDALE NO 5

RUSWARP BRIDGE by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

RUSWARP BRIDGE

WEIGHING MACHINE HOUSE by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

WEIGHING MACHINE HOUSE

WEST END OF WHITBY ABBEY by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

WEST END OF WHITBY ABBEY

WHITBY ABBEY
FROM THE CHURCH YARD by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

WHITBY ABBEY FROM THE CHURCH YARD

WHITBY
FROM THE WEST PIER by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

WHITBY FROM THE WEST PIER

WHITBY ABBEY   NORTH AISLE by GEORGE HAYDOCK DODGSON

WHITBY ABBEY NORTH AISLE

A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND THE SPIRIT OF CURLING BE WITH YOU by CHARLES DOYLE

A HAPPY NEW YEAR AND THE SPIRIT OF CURLING BE WITH YOU

COLD COMFORT!
AUNT PHILLIDA. 'THE LAST TIME I WENT TO A GROWN-UP FANCY BALL, I WENT AS A WASP. THAT WAS ONLY TEN YEARS AGO. I DON'T SUPPOSE I SHALL EVER AGAIN GO TO A FANCY BALL AS A WASP!' [SIGHS DEEPLY]
MARY. 'HARDLY AS A WASP, AUNT PHILLIDA. BUT YOU'D  by GEORGE DU MAURIER

COLD COMFORT! AUNT PHILLIDA. 'THE LAST TIME I WENT TO A GROWN-UP FANCY BALL, I WENT AS A WASP. THAT WAS ONLY TEN YEARS AGO. I DON'T SUPPOSE I SHALL EVER AGAIN GO TO A FANCY BALL AS A WASP!' [SIGHS DEEPLY] MARY. 'HARDLY AS A WASP, AUNT PHILLIDA. BUT YOU'D

THINGS ONE WOULD RATHER HAVE LEFT UNSAID
TOMLINSON: 'GOODBYE, MISS ELEANORA ...'
MISS ELEANORA: 'BUT YOU'VE ALREADY SAID GOODBYE TO ME, MR TOMLINSON!'
TOMLINSON (WHO IS ALWAYS READY WITH SOME PRETTY SPEECH): 'HAVE I REALLY? WELL, ONE CAN'T DO A PLEASANT T by GEORGE DU MAURIER

THINGS ONE WOULD RATHER HAVE LEFT UNSAID TOMLINSON: 'GOODBYE, MISS ELEANORA ...' MISS ELEANORA: 'BUT YOU'VE ALREADY SAID GOODBYE TO ME, MR TOMLINSON!' TOMLINSON (WHO IS ALWAYS READY WITH SOME PRETTY SPEECH): 'HAVE I REALLY? WELL, ONE CAN'T DO A PLEASANT T

THE YOUNG SHIPWRIGHT by LAWRENCE DUNCAN

THE YOUNG SHIPWRIGHT

CALVARY, BRITTANY by GEORGE SAMUEL ELGOOD

CALVARY, BRITTANY